A Frogmore-based audio-visual technology company has raised £13,500 to help young people with cancer.

Peerless-AV presented a fundraising cheque to Young Lives vs Cancer after the company's third annual charity golf day, which this year was held at Foxhills in Surrey.

In previous years, the company has supported Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) and Ruth Strauss Foundation, which helps families when a parent is diagnosed with cancer.

At the golf day, the company heard from Clare Moulder, a parent whose life has been directly affected by childhood cancer.

She told the story of her son's experiences to emphasise how donations to Young Lives vs Cancer can make a difference.

The money raised by Peerless-AV could fund 355 overnight stays in one of the charity's 'Homes from Home', which provide families with a place to stay while their child is having treatment.


In addition to the fundraising, the company organised a ladies golf lesson for 30 AV professionals.

Keith Dutch, of Peerless-AV, said: “Our annual charity golf day was a huge success. 

"It was a great day; extremely well received and attended, with a poignant story shared by Clare.

"Thanks to all our guests for their generous donations helping us reach this tremendous total."